ASEG Photo Competition

ASEG would like to thank all of the members that submitted photos to be used on the website.

Adrian McCallum

Bespoke ~ 8 MHz resistively-loaded dipole antenna GPR deployed on the Bonar Glacier NZ in the first geophysical assessment of the glacier’s ice thickness. Equal 3rd place.

Andi Pfaffhuber

AEM geotechnical survey, taken close to Kløfta / Eastern Norway

Pacman, taken near Luster / Western Norway. Equal 3rd place.
Autumn, Western Norway. Equal 3rd place.

Andrew Long

Land seismic operations in the Arctic. First place.
Ramform vessel operations continuing into the night.
Attached is a photo of workboat (seismic) operations. ‘The pot of (black) gold at the end of every rainbow’. Equal 2nd place.
The Ramform Titan towing a world record streamer spread. ‘World’s widest seismic vessel towing the world record streamer spread’

Doug Morrison

Drilling for water at the Hall's Creek WA pub 1982. Equal 2nd place.
Queenstown Tasmania. Helicopter EM February 1981.

Jeremy Lee

Heavily deformed graphite schists from the Aileu Formation in Timor-Leste. Equal 3rd place.
An active mud volcano in the Oecusse district in Timore-Leste.

Julia Correa

Offshore Equatorial Guinea during a 3D seismic acquisition showing an oil rig in the survey area and the chase boat

Lisa Nix

NSW: A glass onion. magnetic wavelet-based multiscale edge detection, across the state of New South Wales.

Malcolm Sambridge

ANU broadband seismology fieldwork in the Australian outback #1. Equal 2nd place.
ANU broadband seismology fieldwork in the Australian outback #2
ANU broadband seismology fieldwork in the Australian outback #3
ANU broadband seismology fieldwork in the Australian outback #4

Richard Almond

Setting up a BMZ magnetometer ("Balance magnétométrique zéro") near the summit of Mt Menzies (3350m), Southern Prince Charles Mtns, Antarctica in January 1974, during summer field season from Mawson station, 1973/4.

Sarah Chamberlain

Storm Rush: Wet season in the Tanami desert brings powerful storms, two geologists take collar coordinates near an old open pit before the oncoming rain.